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4 UK alternative energy shares I considered buying

The Motley Fool UK

21/07/2021 - 18:45

Christopher Ruane has run the slide rule over four UK alternative energy companies. Here he explains why he won't be adding them to his portfolio soon. The post 4 UK alternative energy shares I considered buying appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.


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  25. Suddenly unable to buy stocks under $3 on Fidelity without waiting for cash to settle. What's the best solution or alternative? (17/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Trading stocks under $3 on Fidelity - no longer able to trade without settled cash. What's the best alternative? self.pennystocks submitted 13 minutes ago by verbeniam I've been buying stocks under $3 with unsettled cash for weeks and now I can't. I understand there was an error in the system. I have penny stock trading enabled. Is there any way I can override this settled cash rule? Alternatively what is the best platform out there that enables me to trade without waiting days for cash to settle?   submitted by   /u/verbeniam [link]   [comments]
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  26. Affordable Energy Stocks. Ride the Upswing. (25/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Check out these low cost energy stocks all under $10. These energy (and one metal) stocks can be bought in volume by the whole share; Taseko Mines TGB under $2.50 Energy Fuels UUUU under $6.75 Franks International FI under $3.60 *This one contracts with other energy companies and can minimize overhead. Energy stocks can weather the skittish lows of early Summer. In fact the demand on energy will continue to peak throughout the Summer. And metals will offset inflationary pressure on your other assets. Sell these stocks for a profit and move up to more expensive energy stocks on a low day. Keep a few shares as you grow your portfolio. I’m personally rounding out my stock picks with many low cost stocks under $100. I have a few non energy that I’ll share in a coming post. But as a bonus I will share the one of best now. Virtu Financial VIRT is selling under $28 a share. Virtu makes its money on financial transactions. It will continue to profit in up days and down days so long as there is volume.   submitted by   /u/Lothari_O_Walken [link]   [comments]
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  27. Alternative semi-conductor stocks? (17/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Looking for ways to invest in alternative solutions to semi conductors because of the chip shortage. Is there any standout companies that you guys would recommend? From what I have learned is, it all has to do with the materials used. Is there a leading material in this?   submitted by   /u/SwampDonkey08 [link]   [comments]
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  28. Market Extra: The clean-energy ETF sell-off may be a buying opportunity (10/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Clean-energy funds have sold off in recent weeks but have long-term growth potential, especially under the Biden Administration, which will prioritize tackling climate change and infrastructure spending.
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  29. BB options play (11/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I was hoping somebody on here would be able to explain a few things to me - in 5th grader terms. I was curious what kinds of option plays people are making for BB, if any? Also if you could explain the logic behind it as well, that would be great! For example, I saw one person saying that they’re going to keep buying/selling puts to pocket roughly $400 each month and use that money to buy more shares or call options. I understand the logic behind buying long calls: you’re buying the rights to buy 100 shares of a stock at a value that is hopefully significantly lower than its current trading price (ex. Buying the right to own 100 shares of Tesla at $10/share when its current trading price is $800). I understand that part, but I don’t really understand the selling side of calls (like how can you sell a contract that you didn’t initially buy?) or buying/selling puts.   submitted by   /u/Broughiee [link]   [comments]
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  30. U.S. Energy, Hallador Energy lead energy gainers; Azure Power Global, Ranger Energy Services among major losers (14/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  31. Peabody Energy, Nouveau Monde Graphite lead energy gainers; Orbital Energy, Ranger Energy among major losers (21/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  32. New Concept Energy, U.S. Silica Holdings lead energy gainers; DTE Energy, Vertex Energy among major losers (01/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  33. Tax question regarding long/short term gains (22/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Say I purchased 50 shares of XYZ for $30 in January and 50 more shares of XYZ at $25 in June. If next February I sell all 100 shares at $40, how is the stock I bought in January taxed versus the June shares? Is one considered long term vs the other which is short term?   submitted by   /u/SamBaxter420 [link]   [comments]
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  34. CIL floats two new subsidiaries to pursue alternative energy projects (23/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    The new subsidiaries, both West Bengal-based, will function as special purpose vehicles to carry out the coal miner’s green ventures, with the first project being the solar power plant won in the GUVNL-conducted reverse auction.
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  35. CEI (camber energy) to touch USD 10 swiftly. Acquires 100% of Viking energy! Earnings to increase two folds! I’m holding 30500 shares (attached). STRONG BUY!! (22/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  36. help me understand puts: buying a put, selling contract (19/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I understand the basic principle of buying a put. I want the share price of ABC to lower than the strike price for which I bought the out. If i hold shares of ABC, i may choose to exercise or sell the contract, or I may also let it expire. My question is regarding buying a put but not holding the shares, and specifically selling the contract. Will I need to buy shares in order to sell the contract? Also, if I’m selling the contract, is it correct to say I’m closing the position and then not liable for anything that happens after that regarding movement in the price?   submitted by   /u/theycallmehq [link]   [comments]
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  37. New Concept Energy, Transocean lead energy gainers; Just Energy, Sundance Energy among major losers (10/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  38. Torchlight Energy, CN Energy lead energy gainers; Just Energy, Alto Ingredients among major losers (11/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  39. Our automation strategies have got a boost in last one year: Shrikant Madhav Vaidya, chairman, Indian Oil Corp (03/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    Pushing renewables and alternative fuel options are thus key to our agenda. Our R&D establishment has been exploring solutions for clean, renewable energy. In this context, hydrogen has great potential to emerge as the most sustainable fuel of all.
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  40. The Tell: Wall Street takes fresh steps to kick $200 trillion Libor debt habit (19/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    Energy company Enbridge Inc. this week joins the group of borrowers using the alternative Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) benchmark, marking the first such U.S. financing of its kind outside of the financial sector.
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  41. Long term gains Sale (05/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello, I'm trying to sell my Delta shares in order to fund my new investment, Delta was a huge win for me, buying in last year however now I have a different stock in mind that I think will perform better than Delta from current position, not that anyone asked but it's Icahn Enterprises, however I want to make sure that every stock I sell will fall under long term gains for me. So I have been buying Delta since March 2020, By April 4th, 2020, I've had 25 shares, so it has been a year since I have held them. I kept on buying until September 2020, 450 shares total, except for one occasion where I sold 40 shares on May 18th. So to keep long story short, if I were to sell let's say 25 Delta shares tomorrow, will they be taxed as long term gains for me since by this point last year I already had 25 shares, or would the fact that I sold 40 shares in May 2020 would have already sold those oldest owned shares I've had, and I'd have to wait for the next date when I've had more that 40 shares last year? I am using Robinhood by the way if this differs between brokers. ​ This was in back of my mind for a while now, since I knew soon would be a year since many of my purchases occurred, so would be grateful for the insight. Thank You!   submitted by   /u/ModRofl [link]   [comments]
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  42. Help a Novice Improve Embryonic Portfolio? (17/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I recently started investing the last few months and am getting cold feet from modest losses. I plan to invest roughly $1000 more in the next few months. I got a few shares of AAPL (I’m a total fanboy) at 135 and quickly learned I should have DCA’d. I started to diversify, adding in small $10-20 portions of GOOG and FB here or there—whenever I saw a dip. I have 10 shares of FNMA at about $2 (my friend from college was convinced it will moon...) I dabbled in crypto with about $200 (split between ETH, ADA, MATIC,BTC) but because of my timing the results have so far been dismal—so I’m here today! I’m considering UAL as a reopening play, and want to diversify out of just tech. Maybe into alternative energy/sustainability projects, and perhaps in gene mapping and editing techs but I don’t really know where to start. Since most of my assets are crashing I want to invest in some safer ETFs. I’m thinking SPDR and NASDAQ, and maybe some tech and green energy ones, and some that will profit from massive gov infrastructure spending. Again I don’t know where to start. I’ve seen a lot of mentions that “growth” stocks are bad and “value” stocks are good because of worries about inflation. But I have no idea what the difference is. Is now even a smart time to invest? I feel like I should have done this a year ago... :( I’m in this for the long haul, but I don’t want to invest in something that might be deep red the next few years (hence I’m not putting a dime more into crypto; stocks and etfs seem as safe as savings by comparison and that’s what brought me here) How can I improve/expand/diversify this embryonic, uneven, clumsily assembled portfolio?   submitted by   /u/redratus [link]   [comments]
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  43. Isael’s Iron Dome: All you want to know about the famous air defence system (15/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    The Al-Aqsa mosque considered to be the three holiest sites in Islam. However, it is also considered to be equally important for the Jews who call it `Temple Mount’.
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  44. Can you buy individual shares of PSLDX after the initial buy in? (10/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'm planning on purchasing some PSLDX, which my brokerage offers with a $1000 minimum buy in. Does anyone know if you can buy individual shares after you already hold PSLDX? I'm buying in my Roth IRA, so I only have so much cash allotted to buying. It would be nice to buy individual shares for ~$9 or whatever, instead of having to buy in $1000 chunks.   submitted by   /u/Cyclotomic [link]   [comments]
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  45. Complicated wash sale tax question (loss and a future loss) (07/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’m trying to figure out how much I should set aside for taxes for 2021. Please, only helpful comments and no mean comments. As this was my biggest lost on one trade but I did learn a valuable lesson on sizing and risk management of averaging down. I do not trade this ticker anymore. Let’s say my tax bracket is 25%. Say I have two brokerage accounts. One is td ameritrade and the other is webull. 1) My td ameritrade I am positive p/l for the year. Let’s call it +$25,000 with no wash sales for simplicity. 2) My webull account is overall negative loss p/l of $-10,400 (see below for breakdown) In my webull account, total $15,400 loss on common shares. Offset by a $5,000 gain on other securities so a net loss in the account of -$10,400 for the year. Sales below: Feb 12- I bought 100 shares of XYZ. Kept buying shares throughout the day and ended up with 2000 shares XYZ with a $40 average. Feb 12- same day, I sold 1000 shares at $35 for a loss of -$5000. Then I sold another 1000 shares at $30 for a loss of -$10,000. Total loss -$15,000 Feb 12- also same day. I bought and sold options contracts in that ticker. Some for loss some for a gain. Feb 16- bought 1 share. Sold 1 shares for a loss. -$100 loss. Bought 100 shares. Sold 100 shares for a loss. -$100 loss. Total -$200 for the day. Feb 19- bought 100 and sold 100 shares for a loss. $-100 loss for day. Feb 22- bought 100 and sold 100 shares for a loss. $-100 loss for day. Feb 16-22- bought and sold multiple contracts, some gains some losses. My question is- I know the concept behind a wash sale and if I take a loss, buy same security back, the loss amount would be added back to my cost basis of said security and the examples I’ve seen are all added back to a gain. 1)What happens if I took a loss multiple times after buying it back again and again? I did not buy back the initial 2000 shares but only rebought and sold 301 shares (based on this example) within the 30 days. 2)Will the -$15,400 loss in webull be a wash sale? Or only a portion $(400) of it would be a wash sale since I only bought back a portion? Even if I sold the 301 shares I rebought at a loss? 3) Will the options contracts I bought be considered into wash sale? 4) Can someone please provide an example with how much I would be taxed on (estimate) between both of my brokerages given the information at the top? My concern is having to pay taxes on something I lost again and again on. Any value estimate of total or advice I get from Reddit should under no circumstances be used to calculate my potential tax liability Thanks for all your help reading and answering.   submitted by   /u/teatrouble [link]   [comments]
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  46. Netherland’s SHV buys Neev’s stake in SunSource Energy (06/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    “India is a key market for SHV Energy and this investment underpins our long-term commitment to the region and advancement of renewable energy solutions,” Bram Gräber, CEO, SHV Energy said.
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  47. Finally sold some shares and am wondering who/where I should reinvest in? (08/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ve been holding my shares since January, and today I decided to sell some of them. I now have $5500 that I’m looking to reinvest in some stocks that are a little less volatile. Should I buy Tesla or Amazon or apple, etc. I’m still a new investor all things considered and I don’t want to blow it all.   submitted by   /u/Gatt__ [link]   [comments]
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  48. Is shorting and longing the same stock a commong strategy for my unique situation? (20/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    First of all, I'm convinced that this stock is over-valued by far. It's heavily shorted, that if I were to panic-close my position and buy out all the shares, I'd never be able to short it again. So now, I'm thinking of buying the shares, but not closing out my position. I'm thinking of buying the shares in case it goes up a few more dollars, until they go back down. Is this strategy common?   submitted by   /u/oblique_strategies_ [link]   [comments]
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  49. What is the difference when buying shares from e.g. NDQ vs FRA in regards to W8? (15/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    hi, Im new to the game. Apologies if this is not the appropriate place to ask this question. Could someone help me understand what the difference is when buying shares from e.g. NDQ vs FRA in regards to W8? Disclaimer; I know what a W8 is and why you should care as a non USA investor. I was looking at Hasbro shares. I could buy in USD from NDQ, or buy using EUR from FRA. On Degiro, selecting NDQ the Pricing Data panel shows the share is W8-form applicable. When I select the same share from FRA it doesn't have this mention. Why there's a W8 mention when i'd use a USA SE, and no mention when i would use a EU based SE? Many thanks   submitted by   /u/Jonathan-Cena [link]   [comments]
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